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Pro-abortion Politicians: Can We Actually Dialogue?

by Bishop Robert Barron . July 1, 2021 .

Friends, I want to challenge pro-abortion Catholic politicians to take a small step toward authentic dialogue with the Church on this critical matter. If there is no quest for common ground, what are we dialoguing about? Read my article in the New York Post:…

Go Back to Mass

by Bishop Robert Barron . June 3, 2021 .

Friends, the Eucharist is the source and summit of the Christian life. There is nothing more important. Therefore, I want to encourage everyone—for whomever it’s possible and safe to do so—to go back to Mass.

Sanctifying the World: Bishop Barron’s University of St. Thomas Homily

by Bishop Robert Barron . May 27, 2021 .

Friends, join me in praying for the graduates of the University of St. Thomas in Houston, where I had the great privilege of preaching at their baccalaureate Mass. We must remember that the primary purpose of a Catholic university is evangelization, the proclamation of the lordship of Jesus Christ. Therefore,…

Stretching Out to Great Things: Bishop Barron’s University of St. Thomas Address

by Bishop Robert Barron . May 20, 2021 .

Friends, this past weekend, I was honored to deliver the commencement address to the graduating class at the University of St. Thomas in Houston. The entire point of a Catholic intellectual formation is to produce great souls. A great soul doesn’t invent her own values; rather, she intuits the marvelous intellectual, moral,…

Bishop Barron Visits The University of St. Thomas — Highlights and Preview

by Bishop Robert Barron . May 14, 2021 .

Friends, I had the great pleasure of joining this year’s graduates of the University of St. Thomas in Houston for Commencement and their Baccalaureate Mass. Pray that truth, goodness, and beauty would sing to their souls as they pursue their future careers and callings.

Bishop Barron on Should Suffering Shake Our Faith?

by Bishop Robert Barron . April 22, 2021 .

Friends, a new survey from Premier Christian News found that 67% of people who call themselves religious have had their faith in God shaken due to the events of the COVID crisis. However, suffering should never negate the existence of God. When times are difficult, we should follow the examples…

Catholics, Media Mobs, and the Culture of Contempt (2021 LA Religious Education Congress)

by Bishop Robert Barron . March 25, 2021 .

Friends, as algorithms promote aggression, we find ourselves surrounded by a culture of contempt within social media. I want to address the toxic, poisonous quality attached to much of the dialogue found online by answering these main questions: What is this culture of contempt? Where does it come from? What…

Stay With Us: Evangelizing the Disaffiliated

by Bishop Robert Barron . March 11, 2021 .

Friends, among the largest problems within the Church today is the massive disaffiliation of our own people, especially the young. In this lecture for the University Series, I reflect on the religiously unaffiliated by answering these three essential questions: Who are the “nones”? Why are they leaving? How do we…

“What’s Going to Cost Me the Most?” Maronite Clergy Q&A with Bishop Barron

by Bishop Robert Barron . March 5, 2021 .

Friends, in this Q&A session with the Maronite clergy following my talk on the priesthood, I answered several questions, including: Did Adam love Eve for the sake of God? What is Mary’s role in Jacob’s ladder? Do you have practical advice for people feeling confined by their vocation? How should…

Lessons from Ancient Heroes and Powerful Prophets (Part 2: Jacob and Jonah)

by Bishop Robert Barron . March 4, 2021 .

Friends, in this second part of my talk to the Maronite clergy, I focused on two Old Testament figures who serve as archetypes of the priesthood, Jacob and Jonah, as I continued to speak about the power and beauty of the priesthood. From Jacob’s story, we learn that we must…

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